Marijuana Rehab Program
Marijuana is the most popular drug and, in some states, still illegal. Learn how to help someone who is addicted to marijuana, even if it is you.
Million Americans have admitted to trying marijuana at least once.
Times increase in domestic marijuana production over the last 25 years.
Thousand emergency room visits each year are due to marijuana usage.
of the world's population uses marijuana regularly.
Signs You May Need Help
There are signs that you might want to investigate marijuana rehab, and the signs are similar to any other drug or substance. If your enjoyment has waivered for things that you once found to be pleasurable then you may need help. If you lose relationships or relationships are harmed either with friends or family, then chances are that you need help. If you find yourself partaking in criminal behavior to support your dependence on marijuana, then you should get help. If your overall life has been negatively affected by your marijuana use then you should consider getting help.
Marijuana Dependency and Detox
Normally marijuana does not require detox, however, some people might find themselves that they are dependent on marijuana and might find themselves dependent upon alcohol and other drugs. Your Admissions Counselor will provide you with an assessment to determine if you might need a detox program prior to being admitted into rehab. Majority of the time you will not need to enter the detox program.
Approximately 22 million people need treatment for alcohol and other drug use but less than 1% receive treatment
MANY PEOPLE ASK:
What will Treatment be Like?
If you are wondering what treatment will be like, don’t worry! It is natural to be concerned about what alcohol inpatient treatment is like. We believe that the best way to describe it is that you will be part of a group of people that care, and the focus will be on your recovery. You will have a mix of group meetings and have individual counseling. After a short detox period, where you will understand your addiction and what causes your excessive drinking. You will have an opportunity to meet with nurses and doctors and then we move you into aftercare planning, where we work with you so that you can make your own decisions on how to live your life without alcohol. While you are staying with us you will have the opportunity to exercise, participate in group outings and develop lifelong relationships.